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  1. In the attached file, two lines are represented, apparently overlapping. In fact there is one out of the way between 0.0001. Someone will be able to achieve a routine that makes it possible to select the lines, overlapping them with the same y-coordinate. Of course, also for distant lines with other values. This is an example for horizontal lines but needed equally for vertical lines. Thanks! test_lines.dwg
  2. Is there a quick shortcut for this, similar to Revit where you can hit Tab to click on objects that are under others? Thanks,
  3. usually it works like a charm but sometimes it plain does nothing. like in this example, there are two overlapping white lines. I do the overkill command and set a high tolerance, but it doesn't do anything. See pictures. why does it work sometimes and then other times it completely does nothing?
  4. Hello folks, Background: During the process of drafting many lines overlap (e.g. construction lines, objects merging, etc) Because the overlapping lines have precisely the same properties, I don't feel the need to remove them. The issue begins when I go to plot. The overlapping lines do appear darker than lines without overlapping. This occurs a great deal in my work! My question is this: Is there a function that will (forgive my Photoshop lingo) merge/flatten these lines so that no more overlapping lines exist? Going in one at a time is tedious business! Thanks, George
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